What are the steel I beam sizes available by span?

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There are several sizes of steel I beams and they are often sized by span. Standard I beam sizes include 4x4, 5x5, 6x4, 6x6, 8x4, 8x5 1/4, 8x 6 1/2, 10x4, 10 5 3/4, 12x10, and 12x12. As of 2013, there are a few places where one can find the steel I beam sizes by span. One can view detailed sizes of I beams at Sagina Pipe, Engineering Toolbox, Borman Steel, McSweeney Steel, and iBeam Calculator. These great locations also offer pricing information.
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